BELOW IS A PARTIAL LIST OF MY OTHER WRITING AND PRESENTATIONS:
BRESLER, J.A. ON BEING A PSYCHOANALYST IN A PLURALISTIC WORLD. ROUNDTABLE CHAIR, PAPER PRESENTED AT THE MEETING OF DIVISION 39 OF APA, NEW YORK, NEW YORK, 2011.
BRESLER, J.A. YOU CAN’T HURRY LOVE: PSYCHOTHERAPY INTEGRATION IN ACTION. PAPER PRESENTED AT THE CLINIC CONFERENCE OF NEW YORK UNIVERSITY POST-DOCTORAL PROGRAM IN PSYCHOANALYSIS AND PSYCHOTHERAPY, NOVEMBER, 2010.
BRESLER, J. A. I KNOW SOMETHING ABOUT YOU. IN, PETRUCELLI, J. KNOWING, NOT-KNOWING AND SORT-OF-KNOWING: PSYCHOANALYSIS AND THE EXPERIENCE OF UNCERTAINTY. KARNAC: LONDON, 2010.
BRESLER, J.A. KNOWING ME, KNOWING YOU: RECOGNITION BEYOND THE TREATMENT ROOM. PAPER PRESENTED AT THE MEETING OF IARPP, SAN FRANCISCO, CALIFORNIA, 2010.
BRESLER, J.A. EVERY SONG TELLS A STORY. PAPER PRESENTED AT THE MEETING OF DIVISION 39 OF APA, NEW YORK, NEW YORK, 2008.
BRESLER, J.A. KNOCKIN’ ON HEAVEN’S DOOR. PAPER PRESENTED AT THE MEETING OF DIVISION 39 OF APA. TORONTO, CANADA, 2007.
BRESLER, J.A. WOMEN AND MONEY. PAPER PRESENTED AT THE MEETING OF IARPP, ATHENS, GREECE, 2007.
BRESLER, J.A. FOR RICHER, FOR POORER: WOMEN, MEN AND MONEY. PAPER PRESENTED AT THE MEETING OF DIVISION 39 OF APA. PHILADELPHIA, PENNSYLVANIA, APRIL 2006.
BRESLER, J.A., BRICKER, D.C., PHILLIPS, D.J., STUTMAN, S.C., AND SELIGMAN, E. AN INTEGRATIVE APPROACH TO WORKING WITH DREAMS. PAPER PRESENTED AT MEETING OF THE SOCIETY FOR THE EXPLORATION OF PSYCHOTHERAPY INTEGRATION. OAKLAND, CALIFORNIA, MAY, 1989.
BRESLER, J.A. EATING DISORDERS AND OBESITY. JOURNAL OF RATIONAL EMOTIVE AND COGNITIVE-BEHAVIORAL THERAPY, VOL 6, NO 1-2, 9-22, 1988
WRITING & PRESENTATIONS
Editors Jill Bresler and Karen Starr bring together an array of valuable theoretical and clinical contributions by relationally oriented psychoanalysts who identify their work as integrative. The book is organized in four segments: theoretical frameworks of psychotherapy integration; integrating multiple models of psychotherapy into a psychoanalytically informed treatment; working with specific populations; the future of integration, exploring the issues involved in educating clinicians in integrative practice.
The contributions in this volume demonstrate that integrating techniques from a variety of psychotherapies outside of psychoanalysis can enrich and enhance psychoanalytic practice. It will be an invaluable resource for all practicing psychoanalysts, psychotherapists, and psychoanalysts and psychotherapists in training, particularly those with an interest in relational psychoanalysis and psychotherapy integration.